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in the 50s monday and maybe flurries tuesday. sunday will be a busy day with sleet, freezing rain, redskins, ravens. >>> perps moving -- terps moving to the big 10 next year. how is that looking? >> how do the terps do against their future conference mates? >> plus redskins playing for pride now, hear from the guys ard to say no to the opportunity of a lifetime. even if it's five hundred miles away. there's a lot to figure out. new city. new job. new bank. a friend recommended suntrust. because mobile banking lets me manage my money how i want, when i want. so i can make thst and focus on all that's ahead. with every suntrust checking account, it's easy to avoid fees and go mobile. suntrust. how can we help you shine today? ...are the hands that do good things for the whole community: thvie enronment, seniors, kids, and animals. that's why we created the share the love event. by the end of this year, the total donated by subaru could reach 35 million dollars. you get a great deal on a new subaru. we'll donate 250 dollars to a choice of charities that benefit your community. it feels good t
the redskins to beat the chiefs on sunday. >>> an arctic blast with bitter cold temperatures is on its way eastward. the massive storm has dumped more than 2 feet of snow in minnesota. marley hall has a closer look at the winter weather. >> reporter: snow is boiling up -- snow is piling up as the storm moves across the country's midsection and frigid temperatures are spreading from the west coast to the great lakes. >> i have four layers on. three hats. >> reporter: in denver, the salvation army patrolled the city to get homeless people out of the treacherous cold. overnight temperatures are dropping below zero. >> these sorts of nights don't happen a lot but when we get cold snaps like this it's very dangerous. >> reporter: it's so dangerous road crews are using liquid deicers to keep roads safe. >> basically we put it down and it has the potential to refreeze. >> reporter: a massive storm system has dumped more than 2 feet of snow in the deluth area. at least five people have died in weatr-related accidents in minnesota since monday. >> people seem to be driving slowly but you always see
. -- in washington. he is going to appear to make nfl picks and he says that he is a big redskins fan. new allegations involving a video that shows a rob ford smoking crack cocaine. he may have offered $5,000 and a car to drug dealers in exchange for the video. donations in major the community has held the salvation army make up the money that was lost during the break- in. in theas damage southeast on sunday morning. today, they had $45,000 in new donations. major contributions came from walmart, a local attorney, and in automotive salesman. christmaslook at the decorations at 1600 pennsylvania avenue. decorations were done by servicemembers and their families. these are all thanks to the white house chefs. will ferrell is putting marketing into overdrive, you might have noticed. campbell on abc seven. he was in north dakota. >> they want to raise your power bill! you are watching abc seven news at 11 a clock. >> -- 11:00. for an increase of five dollars a month. say,lk to customers who "not so fast! " affect all the customers here in the state. have aer spring, they history of falling do
sports junkies." >>> ask whether washington should change the team name from the redskins, he reportedly said, no, what are we going to call the cleveland indians? the cleveland ab ridgeals next? that's a quote folk, not my words. ford reportedly attended a redskins football camp as a child. barnicle liked that one. let's go to business. this morning we get weekly jobless claims. gdp revisions for the third quarter. as for the markets, yesterday they were mixed. the nasdaq was slightly positive. the dow and the s&p 500 finished off the lows but in negative territory. two days in a row, kayla! good morning. >> good morning, brian. in the u.s. there is always a cliff or a crisis of some sort. now we're seeing the fiscal cliff is very 2012. now the u.s. could be headed over the dairy cliff soon. the 2008 farm bill is set to expire at the end of year. if congress can't pass a new one, legislation from 1949 would kick in. that would force the usda to buy dairy product at nearly double current market prices. consumers could see their wallets milked for up to $8 for a gallon of milk. try that o
. >> and bad calls by the rest. did you see the sunday nights redskins-giants game? here is what is happening -- what happened. they were initially told by officials they made a first down. by a long -- after a long passing play that was incomplete, they learned they were short on the previous play, which means that the first down had been a third down. then on what became a fourth down, the redskins turned the ball over and it sealed the giants win. i know, it's complicated. one way this could have been avoided was to more accurately measure the field in the first place. the technology is already on the tv, right? pimm fox spoke with the ceo of the company that is making this thing and reality. >> we have patented technology that is designed to project a laser on the field so that it can be seen by everyone in the stands, the players, and the coaches. and eventually, we hope to be able to replace the chains so that automatically, the referees can see if it is a first down line and it might have avoided the problem it had last night. >> why didn't they do this, or is it a long process they ha
. ford, toronto's mayor, and gave his opinion changing redskins not their name. >> what do we call the cleveland indian? the cleveland aboriginals? it's been around for years and years. >> if you remember, ford has also been accused of having some cocaine issues. he denied allegations that he tried to buy a tape that showed him smoking crack. there are reports he offered gang members $5,000 and a car. but ford called it "an outright lie your cup -- "an outright lie "an outright lie." >> six weeks ago, av robot underwent a double mastectomy. went under the knife for a double mastectomy. she said she is so thankful to be alive. >> i'm thankful to be alive. shehysically, she said feels ok, but mentally she said toef still has a long road recovery. >> it forces you to live in the moment. >> doctors found another malignant tumor and also saw some problems in her left breast. the cancer spread to the lymph nodes. that means she will have rounds of chemotherapy. while she knows it will be tough, she said she will work through it, drawing strength from another gma cancer survivor, robin ro
the heisman. the redskins, the chiefs are favored by touchdown thaat fedex field on sunday. brian orakpo is in the final year of his contract, and he is point some of his best year of football. believe me he will be turning it loose on sunday, not just for the victory but to showcase his talents. he says he does that every sunday, which he does, but have to believe that he is thinking about his future, our if? -- aren;t you? >> this is the last year of my deal. i will play football. i'm playing football. it is what it is. >> the maryland terrapins got a rude welcome to the big ten 10 conference, ohio state embarrassing them. where i should say maryland embarrassed themselves, still struggling, not showing much emotion. quinton ross hit the threes, but the story was sam thompson. the highflying junior was flying over the maryland players, the highflying showstopper, big-time performer! sam thompson. maryland has a lot of work to do defensively. george mason loss to south florida. paul hewitt suspended a player for stopping on a south fuller player during the game. he said it is inexcusabl
. more on news 4 at 5:00. >>> a group of religious leaders is taking a stand against the redskins team name. they sent a letter to redskins owner, dan snyder and nfl commissioner roger goodell describing the name as offensive and inappropriate. the letter is signed by 60 faith leaders, most of them from the washington area. in addition, indians are holding a briefing on capitol hill. they are discussing the impact of the mascots, low goes on youngsters and communities. >>> celebrity chef spent a second day in a loudoun courtroom today. she's testifying against two former assistants accused of spending millions of her and her husband's money. she admitted to using drugs, but denied being a regular user. michelle kaczynski has more. >> reporter: another day of grilling on the stand. her strong voice often trembling. she admitted she used cocaine a handful of times in the past when her first husband one dying of cancer and only once with her current husband, denying there were credit cards and rolled up bills with white powder on her desk, or that she was an every day user. people that do
is preparing right now and ask acted to perform well. >> the redskins trying to hold things together, be competitive the last four games. you know the questions being asked around town are not about beating the chiefs. the number one question i hear is about mike shanahan, his contract, will he and his staff be back next year for the final year of the contract. rg iii was asked if he endorses mike shanahan. >> everyone is going to have an opinion and it is an outside opinion. only the people inside, us, coaches, everybody else in the organization knows what goes on around here. >> what is your opinion? >> my opinion of? >> the future. >> i think these guys have a great feature and i love having them here, and that is all i can say. we are focused on kansas city, they are focused on kansas city, that is all we can control. >> so rg iii does not endorse mike shanahan. he just say anything about mike shanahan. >> thank you very much. >> "scandal" is all new and abc 7 prime time. silas realizes he may have gone too far, while the team is getting closer to the truth. at 10:00,w "scandal"
. asked yesterday whether washington should change its nfl team from the redskins he reportedly replied no, adding quote, what are we going to call the cleveland indians, the cleveland aboriginals next? >> good we got that out of the way. >> that was critical. >> the president yesterday gave a speech on the income disparity and a lot of people, a lot of supporters said it was one of his best in some time. >> it looked like he was making a real effort to reach out to liberals that may have been disaffected. whether he'll implement any of the policies he's talked about, raising the minimum wage, whether he's going to limit tax breaks for the rich, that, of course, is policy will be a lot harder for him to actually do. >> but he had to do that. you had a report coming out showing that income disparity had gotten much worse since 2009 and shows that this is not just a republican issue or a democratic issue, it's an ongoing crisis. >> social mobility is a concern. social mobility in america is lower than in europe. is that the way americans think of themselves they have lower social mobility th
down or not in the debate we have just about every football game at some point. the giants-redskins game recently many fans are now calling for an upgrade. a poll out from the denver post, nearly 65% of fans believing the nfl should upgrade their technology. that solution would be lasers. dagen: gentlemen, grrat to see both of you. all the way down there in miami. talk about your potential discussion with the nfl, how close they could be to implementing your technology. >> we can only speak for ourselves, they pretty much have a brand worth billions of dollars. they are in a due diligence stage right now. connell: maybe you start somewhere else. going up to canada or wherever it is to get this technology implemented, how do you explain what it does with mark we have all watched the games with the television networks put on a yellow line. but they don't see it, they're just looking at the stick on the sideline. how does your technology actually work? >> we project a line on the field the fans in the stadium can see, which would increase their enjoyment of the game. we can put a proje
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